‘Haunted houses’ at HU are campus mystery, students say 

By Ryan Berry

This Oct. 31, Hampton University is trying its best to give students activities to do out of the normal campus lifestyle. The university is to host multiple haunted houses on campus.

Una Eatman, dorm director of Kelsey Hall, said its haunted house is from 7 until 11 p.m.

The event is only for Hampton University students and is $1 for admission. The building will go through its transformation into a haunted house throughout the week.

It was rumored that Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting a haunted house in the Student Center. After days of waiting, SGA members did not confirm or deny when asked about the haunted house project.

“Probably” was Daquan Love’s, political science junior and SGA member’s answer when asked about SGA’s haunted house.

Some students interviewed did not know about any of the haunted houses.

Fliers were visible in every Kelsey Hall dorm advertising their haunted house event.

What is SGA doing for their haunted house event? Do students even know?

“I didn’t hear anything” said Darrel Kidd, a broadcast journalism freshman from Westchester, N.Y., when asked if he was going to Hampton’s haunted houses.

“Hampton doesn’t have any,” said Josh Bowman, a sophomore computer science major from Los Angeles, adding that haunted houses are his favorite Halloween event.

The writer is a student in the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications